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6:00 pm Collect Signatures for $12.25/hr Minimum Wage Ballot Initiative. @ Oakland ACCE offices
Collect Signatures for $12.25/hr Minimum Wage Ballot Initiative. @ Oakland ACCE offices
Mar 1 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Ballot Initiative to Lift Up Oakland! Join community members, workers, small business owners, students, and faith leaders who are uniting to lift up our City with a voter ballot initiative to raise the the minimum wage and provide workers with paid sick days. Raise the Minimum Wage to $12.25! It’s time we make Oakland the kind of city that families can afford to put food on the table, keep a roof over our heads, and keep the lights on! Let’s ensure that workers can meet our basic needs. Provide Workers … Continued
7:00 pm Justice 4 Alan Blueford Coalition Meeting.
Justice 4 Alan Blueford Coalition Meeting.
Mar 1 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
JAB is currently focused on the demand that California Attorney General Kamala Harris do her job & prosecute ALL killer cops. Everyone is welcome, we will meet at The Alan Blueford Center for Justice at 2434 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, please check here for late changes. Our latest action was a civil disobedience “standin” at Oakland’s State Building that resulted in eight people being arrested, but the good news is that all the charges are being dropped. Upcoming events we will be discussing include – April 8 – Families United March on … Continued
12:00 pm Forums on the New Dangers of Extreme Energy, from Canada to Contra Costa @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Forums on the New Dangers of Extreme Energy, from Canada to Contra Costa @ Bobby Bowens Progressive Center
Mar 1 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
The Sunflower Alliance is pleased to host a series of forums in northern Contra Costa County on the dangers of the fossil fuel industry’s turn to extreme energy in recent years. CoCoCo and Benicia are home to five refineries, specializing in the dirtiest and heaviest crude oils, and the industry has proposed five major projects to expand refineries and bring in crude oil by train. In Pittsburg, Martinez, and Richmond, we will have panel discussions with experts and community activists, featuring a special guest from Lac-Mégantic, Canada, which suffered a devastating oil train explosion … Continued
11:00 pm Don’t stand for Sit/Lie in SF!! @ In front of Macy's
Don’t stand for Sit/Lie in SF!! @ In front of Macy's
Mar 1 @ 11:00 pm – Mar 2 @ 12:30 am
“First they came for the homeless…” Occupy / Sit-in against Sit/Lie law in front of Macy’s This is the second action of this campaign Don’t stand for Sit/Lie!! After the March Against Corruption this Saturday, join us in front of Macy’s SF Store on Union Square 54994
11:00 pm Film Screening: Stories from Women’s Liberation 1963-1970 @ berkeley downtown library, 3rd floor
Film Screening: Stories from Women’s Liberation 1963-1970 @ berkeley downtown library, 3rd floor
Mar 1 @ 11:00 pm – Mar 2 @ 1:00 am
 In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Berkeley Public Library will be hosting a screening of the documentary film Feminist: Stories from Women’s Liberation 1963-1970 followed by a Q&A with director Jennifer Lee. This film compiles footage and photographs collected and filmed by Lee over a nine year period including interviews with Betty Friedan, Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (the Washington, D.C. delegate to Congress), Aileen Hernandez (the only woman to serve on the first Equal Employment Opportunity Commission), Kathie Sarachild (a leader in the consciousness-raising movement and Redstockings member), Frances M. Beal … Continued
1:30 am International Day in Solidarity with the Haitian People @ Humanist Hall
International Day in Solidarity with the Haitian People @ Humanist Hall
Mar 2 @ 1:30 am – 4:30 am
International Day in Solidarity with the Haitian People @ Humanist Hall | Oakland | California | United States
International Days in Solidarity with the Haitian People 10 years since the 2004 Coup … 210 years since Haiti’s Revolution * Stand with the People of Haiti – Eyewitness reports, drums, film, food, music We are approaching the 10th anniversary of the Feb. 29, 2004 coup d’etat, engineered by the US, France and Canada, which has left a brutal legacy of pain and destruction. This is an occasion that cries out to be seized upon by all who oppose the coup and support the popular movement. In Oakland, we in … Continued